Rotjochies

Maasja Ooms Long documentary - 2019 - 93 min.
All ages
Foul language

Gouden Kalf nominee

Beste Lange Documentaire Maasja Ooms

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Intimate documentary about a group of teenagers with problems. They try to mend their ways at a remote French farm, supervised by committed counsellors.

Their parents are at their wits’ end. A temporary supervision is the last straw for a group of teenagers with all sorts of problems. On a remote farm in France, they have to get their lives back on track, with the help of a counsellor. Problems stemming from the past keep resurfacing. While the teenagers try to tame their demons with music and therapeutic sessions, they are filmed in constant close-up. The troubled kids show us their most vulnerable sides in this documentary.

Credits

Director(s) Maasja Ooms
Producer(s) Willemijn Cerutti
Production Company Cerutti Film
Director of Photography
Editing
Sound Design
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Production Country
Netherlands